The trailer for the upcoming Entourage movie dropped on Tuesday like a frat pledge after hitting a gravity bong, and bros nationwide are a-buzz. For the millennial bro, the HBO comedy defined a generation. It taught them important lessons like how to act like a douchebag, how to objectify women, how to dress like an idiot, and, most importantly, how to be a bro of the highest caliber.
But the trailer begs the question: Is Entourage still representative of the Modern Bro? Are the bro lessons of the mid- to late aughts still applicable to today’s brociety?
Let us break down how Bro (and Not Bro) this new trailer is.
An establishing shot with fancy skyscrapers and signs in a foreign language: Bro.
EDM and a DJ in a hoodie: Bro.
Guyliner: Not Bro.
Police and heavy artillery: Bro.
Violence and bodily functions: Bro.
Cool-looking gadget with unspecified function: Bro.
Insisting you did the right thing, even though you did the wrong thing (subtext: “ACTUALLY”): Extremely Bro.
Making a joke about banging your girlfriend’s hot sister: Bro.
Boats and babes: Bro.
Trying to figure out if this chick is from the TV series: Not Bro.
Wanting to bang her anyway: Bro.
Billy Bob Thornton: Not Bro.
(Though he made a valiant effort to be a bro in Love Actually.)
Haley Joel Osment with a gun: BRO.
Going to counseling with your annoying wife: Not Bro.
Lloyd: So Not Bro that he’s Bro.
Punching shit: Bro.
Complaining about the weather: Not Bro.
Fuck the Polar Vortex.
Getting your ass kicked by a girl: Not Bro.
Mark Wahlberg surrounded by his best bros: Bro.
Mark Wahlberg’s “Get Marked” shirt: Bro.
Any bro worth his weight in Jäger loves a good graphic tee.
The fact that this movie was produced by Warner Bros.: OH MY BRO.
So there you have it: 17 Bro, 6 Not Bro. It’s safe to say this movie will be bro legend for years to come.
And the most bro thing of all about this trailer? It provides no clues for bros as to what this movie is actually about. Bro Info, Bro problem.
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